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't have to do it all at once, which is, quite frankly, what we're having to do in atlanta now. griffin: we have thousands of assets that we have to keep track of. we have to always know their condition and continuously plan for their refurbishment at the right time. one of the things we're required to do under the consent decree is inspect our system. we're trying to find where there's leaks. so we blow smoke into the sewer pipe. man: we're locating places where water from the surface to the ground is running into the sewer pipe and overloading the system. hunter: we have 1,600 miles of sewer. we are evaluating every linear foot of that system. is the pipe leaking; are you having a lot of infiltration or inflow? thornell: every time it rains, water will come down, go into the pipe, enter the sewer system. it's very easy to repair this defect and get all that water out of the system. griffin: with our closed-circuit tv inspection, we record cracks, holes, pipes that are partially collapsed. hunter: we literally will have a digital video of every foot of our sewer that in the future, we can
you, sirens blaring. we heard from our grew griffin, too, there in watertown, too, ambulances pulled up. but not apparently in any emergency status, as he could see. almost on standby, as it appeared. we don't want to go down the road of speculation. that's a very dangerous path. but we want to try to pull together what we know at this point. just describe again the scene around you. >> reporter: well, we're on the scene -- this is adjust a trash truck. don't be alarmed. we're on the scene near where the actual terrorist attack took place, the bombings, in the back bay area of boston. this is normally a very busy commercial area during the day. obviously, not so much at night. we're just a couple blocks away from where the terrorist attacks took place. it's a crime season, cordoned off from the public, from the media. not necessarily the -- the activity here is not necessarily related to the other police activity going on in other parts of boston and the surrounding area. except -- the surrounding area except for the fact that a lot of police are stationed here and headquarters here
institute of technology. drew griffin joins us on the phone from boston with more information. what are you able to tell us? what's happening now? >> reporter: earlier this evening in m.i.t., the university which is literally across the charles river, a police officer was shot, taken to the hospital and later died. this has become a much, much bigger story. the scope of which we're not quite clear of. there has been a huge sign of police force at the police officer shooting at the m.i.t. campus and now a huge incident at watertown just past harvard university on the way outside of boston, a suburb, but there are reports of ordinances on the street, a suspect who has been taken into custody, another one on the loose. and i can just tell you i'm walking up on the scene where there are dozens and dozens of police officers and ambulances circling this little town square area where there seems to be some sort of large event that has taken place involving suspects that may have been connected to the m.i.t. shooting. but we don't know if they're connected to anything else that has happened in bost
stop at secopnd base. and thorws out raul ibanez back of a.j. griffin andjosh reddick who was off to an 0-for-10 start coming into the game hits a 2-run home run off brandon maurer 2-0 a's top 6th michael morse solo home run off griffin joining ken griffey jr as the only mariners player with four home runs in 1st four games of the season. 3-2 a's bottom 6th/ 3-2 a's reddick slices a double into the left-center gap to score jed lowrie. 4-2 a's next batter yoenis cespedes goes back-to-back with a line drive 2-run homer off maurer. 6-2 a's final: 8-2 a's >> gary: cal women hoops rally the cal womens basketball team is off to the final four in new orleans the school held a rally athaas pavilion to give them a proper sendoff today the bears will play louisville in the national semifinal sunday at 3:30pm cal beat georgia in overtime to get to the final four louisville upset brittany griner and baylor then beat tennessee in the regional championship in only her second season lindsay gottleib has the bears in the final four for the 1st time ever >> gary: the pac-12 coordinator of official
as the a's visited boston. down 4-3. mike had aj griffin for a grand slam. griffin gives up a career high, nine runs. seven earned. aaron was the tieing run in the 8th. not deep enough. shane victorino there. cody ross got the d-backs on the base first. 2-0 arizona. the giants play comeback. buster posey, another home run for him. a two-run shot. ties the game at 4 a piece. 9th inning, brandon bell who was hitting 183 at the plate. there's a base hit. here comes andre torres and the giants win in walkoff fashion, 5-4. and finally, nba playoffs with a nice save and rebound. nate robinson knocks down the 3 as the bulls even their series with the nats at one a piece. the warriors get in game two tomorrow in denver. they better win. they can't come home. >> tough one. >> thanks, dennis. thanks for watching. we'll see you at 11:00 on kpix5. ,,,,,, look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. ow. show?! man, i was happy to see
.j. griffin 4-2 red sox bottom/ 5th 4-2 red sox mike napoli grand slam again over the green monster off griffin. 8-4 red sox final: 9-6 red sox david lee injury update the warriors david lee is out for the remainder of the playoffs with a torn right hip flexor. lee, who led the this season, suffered the 1 loss to the denver nuggets saturday. now the team will have to turn to carl landry, draymond green and perhaps even andres biedrins to pick up the slack. game 2 is tomorrow night in denver. kobe tweets during the game yesterday the lakers lost to the spurs in game 1 of their playoff series, 91-79 in san antonio kobe bryant of course had to watch from his couch since he is out with a torn achilles tendon so he tweeted throughout the game, mostly strategy like, "post. post. post. gotta milk pau in the post right now and d12 will get good looks from it." -kobe on twitter coach mike d'antoni called kobe, "a fan." when asked about it. today kobe announced he would stop tweeting during games >> gary: when i watched kron. i do not want to start getting on twitter. [laughter] >> pam: good nigh
griffin did not have it. will wilson brooks he had it. take him for a visit to the month than sister. 3 run jack boston up. gets worth worse. bases leded for mechanic. griffin allowed 7 earn 4 innings. rally late to drop. warriors without david lee now. realistically probably swept by denver not giving up after losing the all star forward to the torn hip flex or in game one with the nuggets. almost pulled out the game 1 but miller went jair toll on them with the old man game with a second left no. tame for frustration. get ready for game 2 tomorrow night in denver. >> they made plays and made the biggest play. that being said my maipd set is to kilometer here and wasn't to win one game. it was to win game 1. now it's to win game 2. >> we shall see. 7 sports brought to you by riff rock ka seep. >> exciting stuff. >> yes. >> thanks very much. >> coming up next. oneó cop certificate. [ horn honks ] ♪ ♪ [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie has all the moist, chewy, deliciousness you desire. mmmm. thanks. at 90 calories, the brownie of your drea
but it's very different than we just want to talk to you. >> yes. >> drew griffin, thank you very much. why they chose to put just this part of it out and only this part to the public around the world. i want to bring in now former counterterrorism expert jeff bead dee and don borelli. thank you for taking the time. jeff, you're here with me. you hear drew talking about this video, why they chose to put this and only this. what is your take on that? they have an incredible amount of video out there. they only wanted us to see this. >> i think they want to keep it simple. it's going to get the job done for them. >> we're hearing that they are getting a lot of calls. >> very you can saysful. even from this i had have ohio, you can infer some great things. you can see that there was no city plan in their hand. there was no gps in their hand. what does that tell us? they were very dleliberately ona route. they knew where they were going. clearly they had rehearsed that. a lot of inference could still be drawn by that. i think the fbi wants to keep it simple and he think it's proving good r
-0 in the 2nd inning. nick markakis back aa way and gone off of griffin. that tide the game. -- tied in game. in front of the great sal panda. remember him. watching from the booth. adam jones gave baltimore back- to-back jacks just two swings of the bat. it's 3-2. 8th inning. nate mclouth takes whens deep for his first jack of the year. that made it 5-2. baltimore wins 7-3. oakland has lost eight of their lost nine. >>> all right, outings like a 29 point, 11 assist performanced delivered by steph curry last night over denver is the stuff that can elevate a player into the neighborhood of superstar status. now don't forget, that accomplishment was done on a bum left ankle that made him a game-time decision. curry scored 59 points, made those around him better and dishing out 24 assists. the last two games with golden state a 2-1 series lead. his head coach mark jackson, says last night is another reason why curry deserves to be an all-star. >> i mean a guy made big time plays man. i still am baffled and i know it's going to sound like a broken record but somebody owes the kid an apology. he'
people. terrorists who came to kill americans. >>brian: came here to kill people. jennifer griffin standing by. it started before 11:00 last night when an m.i.t. campus police officer was shot and killed, this after responding to a report of a disturbance on campus. a short time later police responding to a carjacking at a convenience store that led to a chase into the streets of a watertown neighborhood. there were reports of explosives being detonated. >>eric: we want to acknowledge our affiliates who are with us also. we want to go to bill hemmer. you've been there all morning long reporting from the scene of the boston bombings. what's the latest? set the scene. >> we are at copley square, near the finish for the marathon on morning. ten miles west of here past fenway park and kendall square is where you'd come across the m.i.t. campus and watertown, massachusetts. moments ago classes were announced they're closed today at m.i.t. classes closed at harvard. bus service throughout boston has been service. the t-service, boston commuter line, has been suspended. this is a town tha
weak quickly against a.j. griffin. markakis got into a pitch to make it 2-2 game and just two pitches later the orioles had the lead. this time adam jones getsing into a griffin prism griffin gave up four rufore the inwas over and the a's trailed 4-2. it was 7-3 in the 9th with one out. but jim johnson gets jed lowrie to bounce into the 6--doue play and the inning and game is over. the a's lose their fourth in a 7. >> 3 and their series wraps up tomorr afternoon. >>> nfl draft was wrapped up today as teams made their picks rounds 4 through 7. the 49ers had seven picks in the four rounds and first the niners took wide receiver quentin paton from louisiana tech. paton had 10receptions. 136 them for touchdowns and louisiana tech pass-happy offense is expected to compete could also be used a kick y and runner. three picks later they took south carolina running back marcus lattimore. it could be a while before lattore contributions in the field. he severely injured his knee. a year after he had surgery on his other knee frank gore ached tout mattlor after his surgery this year. in the 5th
our congressman from this district, tim griffin, has been a champion of the keystone project as well. this is in his district. this spill is in his district. i want him to take a close look at this and see is it worth a few small amount of jobs for the environmental risk that's at stake. i don't think so. so if you look at the local politics, it makes a difference, but i totally agree with senator leahy -- senator sanders, excuse me, about the environmental affect on a large scale. this keystone pipeline is bad news. we don't need it. it's going to shift the science in a way we don't need it. >> there's a coalition that has been built in opposition. even included the governor of nebraska, included a lot of ranchers. what we're dealing with here is an assessment of the risk, not just of the climate, but the basic risk of is this going to get in the backyard of your subdivision, and this is data from the federal government's regulatory body. and these are oil spills from pipelines over the last 20 years, 1993 to 2012, and there's not really any trend. you say the technology is getting
, and a shredded backpack sent to the scene. drew griffin is over at the news conference awaiting the start. we're going to hear from the fbi agent in charge. set the scene for us. >> reporter: it just got very chaotic. the fbi agents brought in two easels. they have two black what look like photos they're going to turn over and show us at any moment now. we may be getting to see the actual evidence that they want us to see whether that's photos of actual people involved or more photos of devices. there's a lot of anticipation here, wolf. i'll tell you as they brought in the easels, the cameras that are jammed into this small conference room at the sheraton hotel just crowded to the front and now we are all waiting for an unveiling of whatever this is. we expect to have this news conference under way momentarily. the special agent in charge -- one other thing for all of our producers whatever they show here, wolf, will be available on the fbi website as soon as it is revealed. >> and of course cnn.com will have that available as well. we're waiting for the fbi agent in charge. richard delaureau
are standing by in boston to help us pore over these images. jake tapper, deb feyerick, drew griffin, there with our security analysts here in "the situation room." they're giving us unique insight into this break-through in the case. it is a major break-through in what happens next. let's listen in to the fbi's announcement less than an hour or so ago. this is the fbi agent in charge, richard delaureis. >> good afternoon. i am the special agent in charge of the fbi's boston division. since monday's bombing, we've been working around the clock and committed to investigating the matter, this matter to bring those responsible to justice. our collective law enforcement team has pursued thousands of leads and tips. as i said two days ago, we're working methodically and with a sense of urgency to identify those responsible for the bombings. within the last day or so, through the careful process, we initially developed a single person of interest. not knowing that the individual was acting alone or in concert with others, we obviously worked with extreme purpose to make that determination.
minutes at the hospital. >> we have drew griffin with us right now on the streets of watertown, massachusetts. again, this is the area right now which is a very active crime scene where people are being told not to leave their houses where it is believed that suspect number two, the man involved in the boston marathon bombings and the man involved in this car chase and manhunt, it is believe this is where he's on the loose. drew griffin? >> reporter: to that end, i just listened to a robocall police have been sending to all its residents warning just that, you wonder how people hear the warning in the middle of the night when sleeping, well, the police in this town in watertown have sent out a robocall to the people telling them not to leave their home, telling them about the police emergency and not to answer the door. there's an active search here for suspect number two as we understand it. and i might point out one other thing that we haven't really talked about, is where these two suspects put their bombs together. they are somewhere presumably in this area, not watertown,
. but robert griffin iii we did tonight that he is in opposition to that, adding that in a land of freedom we are held hostage by the tyranny of political correctness. there we are. >> he has the right to express himself. only been a few days we've had been low clouds and drizzle, but it is tiresome. , the folks in denver have a winter storm warning. they may get 7 inches of snow. we have nothing to complain about here. overcast,break in the or at least some layers to the clouds finally. it has been another day of light rain and drizzle and that continues at this hour. winds are coming off the atlantic ocean, keeping temperatures well below average. only 58 degrees. our average high for this last day of april 71, and the average we're going to turn things around tomorrow. acrossome steady rain calvert county. that is where most of the rain has been. because of where it is located vis-a-vis the trajectory of the pattern coming off the atlantic ocean. tomorrow, it will start to change a bit. 59 degrees in washington, 61 in culpepper. 60 degrees at b.w.i. there are a martial. high pressure movin
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, nails inside, ball bearings all those sorts of things. jennifer griffin pointing out by. >> this is facebook page of the younger suspect on the lose. dzhokhar tsnaraev. and the he is states a few things that are of interest. first of all he says he is muslim on his face book page. second of all it is easy to find out on the internet that he attended cambridge latin, that is a prestigious public school as he mentioned before, many, many well-known stars including ben affleck attended that high school. he was a wrestler. he received a lot of accolades from the city. in fact he received $2500 in scholarship we're told from, when he was graduating from high school. it appears if he may have been a student in boss ton. his brother, tamarlin, who is 26, and who was killed this evening, he was a student on and off from 2006 to 2006 and 2008 at various community colleges it appears from research we've done into his background. it is not clear, when did they get radicalized? certainly interesting their heritage is chechnyan, but that doesn't completely make sense in terms why one
were killed thursday night. tonight's shooting happened on griffin drive, a block away from where the teenage expwrawr sister were shot and killed two nights ago. investigators say tonight's shooting victim was in this -- on griffin avenue when someone shot into the car multiple times. the man is in critical condition. >>> also new at 11:00. pg&e is stepping up security at substations. this week vandals attacked the utility's substation in san jose. they broke through the fence and shot up the transformers inch fremont, police officers were at the newark substation, pg&e has contracted out with the fremont police to guard the structure. >> just a few more hours know and that will be it for alameda county sheriff's deputies who have been helping oakland police. this is the lanight of the weekend partner happy to. she problem is alameda county and oakland cannot agree on who should pay for workers compensation and equipment damage. >> a total surprise. council member and myself were able to convince our colleague to expend the funds to retain those deputies that's been working on ou
happened on griffin drive, a block away from where the teenage expwrawr sister were shot and killed two nights ago. investigators say tonight's shooting victim was in this -- on griffin avenue when someone shot into the car multiple times. the man is in critical condition. >>> also new at 11:00. pg&e is stepping up security at substations. this week vandals attacked the utility's substati san in san jose. they broke through the fence and shot up the transformers inch fremont, police officers were at the newark substation, pg&e has contracted out with the fremont police to guard the structure. >> just a few more hours know and that will be it for alameda county sheriff's deputies who have been helping oakland police. this is the lanight of the weekend partner happy to. she problem is alameda county and oakland cannot agree on who should pay for workers compensation and equipment damage. >> a total surprise. council member and myself were able to convince our colleague to expend the funds to retain those deputies that's been working on our streets. >> i won't feel safe without them being
monster off a.j. griffin 4-2 red sox bottom/ 5th 4-2 red sox mike napoli grand slam again over the green monster off griffin. 8-4 red sox rally 9-6 red sox in the top of the 8th stories... a strong message delivered by red sox david ortiz who dropped the "f bomb" in front of a packed fenway park and a live television audience in the red sox first game back since the bombing saturday. this is our city and no one would dictate our city bay kimnot a problem says the fcc who decided to let his speech slide and will not issue any fines. the chairman of the fcc tweeted, "david ortiz spoke from the heart.i stand with big papi and the people of boston warriors on the road de billy. david lee injury update the warriors david lee is out for the remainder of the playoffs with a torn right hip flexor. lee, who led the nba with 56 double- doubles this season, suffered the injury early in the 4th quarter of the warriors game 1 loss to the denver nuggets saturday. >> is a had no feeling in my whole entire area. i will spring for the best but as someone knew what the outcome would being. now it is about
2 zip in the second. aj griffin did not have it. will wilson brooks he had it. take him for a visit to the month than sister. 3 run jack boston up. gets worth worse. bases leded for mechanic. griffin allowed 7 earn 4 innings. rally late to drop. warriors without david lee now. realistically probably swept by denver not giving up after losing the all star forward to the torn hip flex or in game one with the nuggets. almost pulled out the game 1 but miller went jair toll on them with the old man game with a second left no. tame for frustration. get ready for game 2 tomorrow night in denver. >> they made plays and made the biggest play. that being said my maipd set is to kilometer here and wasn't to win one game. it was to win game 1. now it's to win game 2. >> we shall see. 7 sports brought to you by riff rock ka seep. >> exciting stuff. >> yes. >> thanks very much. >> coming up next. oneó cop certificate. cop certificate. >> yes. find out here's a lock at the wake up weather. watch out for the fog if you travel along the coast in the morning. patchy dense
championship team with reggie jackson throwing out the first pitch. markakis delivers a bomb off griffin. ties the game. next batter, with former ace sal bando looking on. griffin had seven strikeouts in seven. in the ninth. lorrie, game ending double play. and session sped deshopefully deshopefully--deb cespedes hopefully returns tomorrow. >> sharks in their final game in l.a. a win they start in st. louis, and a loss, vancouver. these two rivals don't like each other. second period, shot popped up in the air, knocked in his own rebound. 1-0 l.a. sharks fans, couture, through two defenders for the team-leading 21st goal of the year. tied at one. the kings regain the lead. james shepard, 2-1 l.a. watch the passing. williams, count it. 3-2 the final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings head to st. louis. >> sharks know they're starting on the road. they beat the nhl leading chicago blackhawks. blues get the kings in round one of the playoffs. >> we'll take a brief time-out before we take a tour of today's nba games and the sabre cats casting a spell on the new orle >> mike: the wa
with reggie jackson throwing out the first pitch. markakis delivers a bomb off griffin. ties the game. next batter, with former ace sal bando looking on. griffin had seven strikeouts in seven. in the ninth.rrie, game en play. and session sped deshopefully deshopefully--deb cespedes hopefully returns tomorrow. >> sharks in their final game in l.a. a win they start in st. louis, and a loss, vancouver. these two rivals don't like each other. second period, shot popped up in the air, knocked in his own rebound. 1-0 l.a. sharks fans, couture, through two defenders for the team-leading 21st goal of the year. tied at one. the kings regain the lead. james shepard, 2-1 l.a. watch the passing. williams, count it. 3-2 the final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings head to st. louis. >> sharks know they're starting on the road. they beat the nhl leading chicago blackhawks. blues get the kings in round one of the playoffs. >> we'll take a brief time-out before we take a tour of today's nba games and the sabre cats casting a spell on the new orle >> mike: the warriors hoping to take a comma
pedestrian. i wanted a griffin. a griffin? yes, half eagle, half lion. and mythological. irrelevant. i was studying recombinant dna technology and i was confidant i could create one but my parents were unwilling to secure the necessary eagle eggs and lion semen. of course, my sister got swimming lessons when she wanted them. sheldon, not that we don't all enjoy a good lion semen story, but... what's your point? my point is if koothrappali is moving on to a new life of shallow undeserved fame then perhaps this is an opportunity to create a better cohort. you want to breed a new friend? that's one option, but who has the time? but consider this-- the japanese they're doing some wonderful work with artificial intelligence. now, you combine that with some animatronics from the imagineers over at disney next thing you know, we're playing halo with a multilingual abraham lincoln. sheldon, don't take this the wrong way, but you're insane. that may well be but the fact is it wouldn't kill us to meet some new people. for the record, it could kill us to meet new people. they could be murderers o
manhunt in the boston area right now. we'll speak to anzor tsarnaev shortly here on cnn. drew griffin of cnn's special investigations unit is in watertown. he was there last night during the bloody events and is joining us from there. what is going on from your perspective, drew? >> reporter: i'm on the other side of where susan candiotti is and i can just report to you an incredible amount of police activity and an expanding perimeter as we drove in we were trying to get closer to this location where i'm at. it seemed like the perimeter kept expanding. the roads being blocked off. and as we were passing through you could look down the roads and, wolf, you could see what looked to be, if this was any other place, afghanistan, for instance, it looks like army officers on patrol. s.w.a.t. officers going door to door, street to street, walking down streets, checking areas, clearing areas. just ten minutes ago we saw a huge contingent of officers. those same kind of military dressed police officers exiting here on a city bus. so we presume their duty or their quadrant or their area has be
ago. tonight investigative correspondent drew griffin with "kidnapped to egypt: a father's nightmare." >> reporter: it is all michael shannon has left of his sons. a final picture. adam at 4, jason just 10 months. >> i can't stop picturing them as a 4 and a 1-year-old, or a 5-year-old and a 1-year-old. and i've had no photos, and i'm trying to imagine what they would look like at 16 and 12. and hoping that they don't hate me for not saving them. >> patty cake. patty cake. baker's man. >> reporter: this is a story you could tell a thousand times over. an international kidnapping to egypt. a country that takes in billions of dollars in aid from thited s recognize international law when it comes to returning the united states' stolen >> yay! >> reporter: according to court records, michaelshannon'on were illegally taken here 12 years ago by their mother. and despite winning every court case since, despite rulings that his american citizen sons must be returned to their father, the illegal separation has lasted more than a decade. >> nothing has worked. >> reporter: attorney stephen cull
of the explosive device. drew griffin is in boston live for us tonight. drew, what do you know? >> reporter: well, all day today we've been getting more and more pieces of the puzzle, if you will, erin, on the exact bomb devices. i'll let you know up front there are no suspects. they don't know if this was domestic or a foreign terroristic type of attack. they don't have any intelligence about who did this. but they seem to be piecing together pretty good now just how these explosive devices were put together, how they were placed, and are beginning to understand how they may have gone off. it appears to be two twin bombs placed in nylon bags. pressure cookers were used. john king's sources telling him that the devices were very similar. earlier in the day, we heard from the special agent in charge from the fbi who called one of the bombs possibly a pressure cooker. now we're seeing the release of these photos. and what those photos are, they come from a bulletin that is sent nationwide, erin, to bomb experts all across the country and to fbi agents and other officials all across the country for
, is drew griffin there? is he in watertown, massachusetts right now? watert massachusetts, right now? >> reporter: yes, jake, i can hear you. i can hear you in watertown where the situation -- go ahead. >> please tell us, what are you seeing in watertown? >> reporter: jake, the situation is pretty much the same has it has been for the last hour or so. a significant presence down the street of police. we do have additional video of the suspect that was brought into custody here clothed, and we are hoping we can show that video. this is the suspect that was brought into custody here in watertown. we only know that it's related to whatever did happen here in watertown. we don't want to draw any conclusions to this man, but we do know the fbi was questioning this man. they took him out of the car twice and put him up against a wall, appeared to photograph him, and then placed him back into a car. as far as we know, that suspect is still being held in a police car not far from where i am standing. we understand that one other suspect is still on the loose apparently in watertown and that
. i'm going to go to drew griffin on the scene in watertown where these arrests have taken place. drew, what can you tell us? >> reporter: we just got a note apparently from state police spokesman david pru cope i can't -- i don't want to go with that just yet. i can tell you we do believe from our eyewitness, david ramirez, that two young men have been taken into some sort of custody here in watertown. both of them taken into custody behind me which is a four or five-square block area that's cordoned off and there's a huge, huge police presence here. actually, we're going to have gabe step right in here. because he was -- gabe, urm positioned over behind us. >> dexter and nichols. >> tell us what you saw from the moment you stepped on the scene. >> so, i followed a couple of squad cars down nichols street towards dexter. it was immediately a chaotic situation. i jumped out. there were a couple of other journalists there. we ran towards the scene. the police had, multitudes of agencies, all had their weapons drawn. pointing into a vehicle from a vantage point. they were screaming for s
. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is at the pentagon. again, why the administration decided doknst designating tsarnaev an enemy combatant. catherine herridge here in washington the on the fbi's contact. with tamerlan tsarnaev who died on friday night. boston seven days after the attack. but we begin with chief washington correspondent james rosen and stunning news of another planned attack of terror. good evening, james. >> bret, good evening. canadian officials announced today they arrested two men this afternoon and charged them with plotting with the aid of al qaeda to blow up a passenger train traveling from new york to the greater torrent area. the alleged terrorist are age 30 and are raheed of toronto. they worked with canadian intelligence and u.s. national security and law enforcement officers to interrupt this alleged plot in an 8 month investigation code named project smooth. they said the plot was detected early on and neither american nor canadian citizens faced any imminent threat as a result. u.s. officials told fox news the defendants' objective was to blow u
remarks towards the end of the program. following the invocation by reverend harlan jones, nor a griffin will make a presentation, a dramatic presentation on the negro national anthem which will be followed by the singing of the negro national anthem. with that, i'd like to ask reverend jones if he would come forward for the invocation. (applause) >> let us bow our heads. unite our hearts in prayer. eternal god, creator of the world, sustainer of life and lord of history, thou art great and beyond our power to fully know or comprehend. so, god, we come today to give you thanks for both the ordinary and extraordinary mercies of our lives. we thank you for the gift of living in a city where the richness and diversity of races and cultures is celebrated. and as we begin this celebration of african-american history month, we remember with fondness those who worked and sacrificed to make a life for themselves and their people. we remember those who marched, who sat in, who were jailed and who lost their lives that we might obtain in this nation of immigrants full person hood and full citizens
bartolo colon. >> ibanez, spwings and misses. >> reporter: -- swings and misses. >> reporter: a.j. griffin bolted up three levels in the as' system only to firmly implant himself with a 7- 1 record and a 3.06 e.r.a. >> the definite drive is to come in and have it be like a seamless transition. you want to come in and contribute right off the bat. >> you never want to be the weak link on the team. >> you have a lot -- we have a lot of confidence in our stuff. that's why we're at this level. it's just the preparation that we take just to get ready. we don't take that lightly. we go in. just because we pitch every fifth day, doesn't mean like every other day is not important. the confidence play as big role. we have confidence in our stuff and i think we were able to see that last year. >> you won't have the same payroll and the name recognition as the angels or the rangers. so we have the underdog tag. we kind of like it. we go out there and nobody really knows who we are but we win ballgames. and i like it. >> reporter: under the heading of you have efinner have enough great arms. fred ingl
.j. griffin. there goes michael morris again. his fourth homer. he made it a one-run game. hurry up, two-run missile. the a's win 8-2. rivera making his final season debut for the yankees. stopped the red sox tonight. final of 4-2. and seemingly, 200-year-old derek fisher is still getting it done. five three pointers tonight as the thunder beats the spurs and university of detroit guard, doug anderson, put on a dunk clinic with jim. anderson walked away with the college. slam dunk title. >> that's not going to be his last either. >> i would be able to do that or something other than a 6- foot basket. >> see you at 11:00. ,,,, well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
. got to a.j. griffin right there. yoenis cespedes, just a laser that leaves the yard in left. two-run shot, his second of the year. and the fan saying, yeah, i caught that ball, no problem. the a's victorious to split that series. >>> meantime, the sharks on a roll. six straight wins. not only that, they've been on a trading frenzy as well. that's raffy torres working out with the team today, well-known to call, in a sharks uniform. kind of a rock 'em, sock 'em type of guy. two years ago he slammed into joe thornton, separated his shoulder. he says that he's toning it down a little now. >> when i say tone down, it's more just knocking out the recklessness and the running around with like a chicken's head cut off, like with no authority. but i'll make sure i'm, you know, on the right side of the pocket. for me, it's all about just trying to keep things simple. my problem is, when i start thinking too much out there, my game starts to go south. >> tough guy. >> oh. >> looking forward to barry zito on the mound tomorrow for the giants against the cardinals. home opener. >>> and a bay
the fab5, 25- year-old a.j. griffin that bolted up only to firmly implant himself with a 7- 0 record and 3.06 e.r.a. >> the drive is to come in and have it be like a seamless transition and you want to contribute right off the bat. you never want to be the weak link on the team. >> we have a lot of confidence in our stuff. that's why we're at this level. it's the preparation for ourselves just to get ready for our next start. we don't take that lightly. we go in and because we pitch every 5th day doesn't mean every other day is important. we play a big role. we have trust no matter what kind of pitcher we are and i think we're able to see that last year. >> the name recognition, the angels and the rangers so we have the underdog attack for what seems like forever but we kind of like it. we go out there and nobody really knows who we are but we win ballgames. >> under the heading of you can never have enough great arms, he introduces us to a foreman first baseman that could be a bull pen main stay. >> it's like the first base is played by a pitcher. >> a's reliever made his major league deb
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